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Friday, March 1 All day
Women in Recreation Month
Exercise / Fitness
Student Recreation Center

Women in Recreation month is designed to empower women to step outside of their comfort zone by trying new recreational endeavors while celebrating strength and community.

Friday, March 1 @3 pm
Festival of Contemporary Art Music: Concert 2
Performance
Kimbrough Music Building

Concert 2 of the WSU Festival of Contemporary Art Music features works by WSU student composers, visiting composers from around the United States.

Friday, March 1 @8 pm
Festival of Contemporary Art Music: Concert 3
Performance
Bryan Hall

Concert 3 of the WSU Festival of Contemporary Art Music features performances by WSU faculty and students, playing works by WSU faculty and student composers, visiting composers from around the United States, and guest composer James Stephenson.

Saturday, March 2 @10 am
Festival of Contemporary Art Music: Concert 4
Kimbrough Music Building

Concert 4 of the WSU Festival of Contemporary Art Music features electronic and acoustic works by WSU faculty and student composers and visiting composers from around the United States.

Saturday, March 2 @3 pm
Festival of Contemporary Art Music: Concert 5
Performance
Kimbrough Music Building

Concert 5 of the WSU Festival of Contemporary Art Music includes the world premiere of WSU professor Dave Jarvis’s new work for percussion orchestra, “Wynwood Project No. 2.”

Monday, March 4 @5 pm
Performative Poetics – The Design of Jay Siebenmorgen
Cleveland Hall

Join us for the School of Design and Construction’s Lecture Series presentation by Jay Siebenmorgen! Jay teaches studio at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard and practices architecture at NBBJ in Boston where he is a principal.

Tuesday, March 5 @9 am
Cougar Capture: Voice Thread
Class / Instruction
Spark

Learn how to engage students in meaningful conversation by interacting with their peers and media. Create, comment, collaborate, and share information with this tool that centers conversations around media (instructor created, student created, or already existing).

Tuesday, March 5 @4:30 pm
Why Ants Rule the World
Food Science and Human Nutrition Building

Alex Wild, Curator of Entomology at the University of Texas at Austin, will be giving a seminar titled ‘Why Ants Rule the World.’ All are welcome to attend.

Tuesday, March 5 @5 pm
University Recreation hiring session
Careers / Jobs
Compton Union Building

University Recreation is one of the largest student employers on the WSU Pullman campus. We strive to provide opportunities for student development, growth, and learning through job experiences.

Wednesday, March 6 @10 am
Spring Global Learning Fair
Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Join the Office of International Programs for our Spring Global Learning Fair in the CUE Atrium. You’ll be able to explore internship, study, and volunteer opportunities abroad with our partners as well as how to globalize your education through the Global Leadership Certificate, the Global Case Competition, and other exciting ways to go global!

Wednesday, March 6 @10 am
Community of Practice, Large
Class / Instruction
Spark

Community of Practice meetings provide faculty an opportunity to share and discuss their teaching experiences and ideas with their peers.

Wednesday, March 6 @12:10 pm
Navigating the OER Environment
Class / Instruction

This workshop will provide a general overview of the OER landscape. You will learn about Creative Commons licensing, tips for finding resources and support that is available on campus to help you search for and construct a variety of course resources including OER textbooks.

Wednesday, March 6 @5 pm
University Recreation Hiring Session
Careers / Jobs
Compton Union Building

University Recreation is one of the largest student employers on the WSU Pullman campus. We strive to provide opportunities for student development, growth, and learning through job experiences.

Wednesday, March 6 @6 pm
No Man’s Land Adventure Film Festival
Film Screening
Compton Union Building

Join us for a viewing of No Man’s Land Film Festival: an all-female adventure film festival dedicated to showcasing passionate and powerful women exploring their environments.

Wednesday, March 6 @7 pm
Guest Artist: Sara Fraker, oboe
Kimbrough Music Building

Dr. Fraker is Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona, and a member of the Tuscon Symphony Orchestra.

Thursday, March 7 @2 pm
2019 VCEA 3-Minute Thesis Competition
Workshop / Seminar
Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Three Minute Thesis is a research communication competition challenging Ph.D. students to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance in three minutes or less to a non-technical audience.

Thursday, March 7 @4 pm
Picture Books and Social Justice
Presentation
Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Join award-winning author and illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh to see his livestreamed presentation, “Picture Books and Social Justice.”

Thursday, March 7 @4:10 pm
Colloquium: Physics and Astronomy – Dr. Ashley Cook
Workshop / Seminar
Webster Physical Science Building

The Department of Physics and Astronomy invites you to a colloquium featuring our faculty candidate, Dr. Ashley Cook. Dr. Cook will present their talk, “Magnetic Weyl and Dirac Kondo semimetal phases in heterostructures.” 

Meet for refreshments before the lecture from 3:45 – 4:10pm in the foyer on floor…

Friday, March 8 @8 am
Concert Band Festival
Performance
Kimbrough Music Building

Musicians from across Eastern and Central Washington will travel to Pullman to perform at the WSU Concert Band Festival. Dr. Luke Johnson, from MidAmerica Nazarene University will serve as Head Clinician and Guest Conductor for this year.

Wednesday, March 13 @1 pm
Seminar: Exemplary Learning Environments: A Vision
Bustad Hall

This seminar “Exemplary Learning Environments: A Vision” is part of a one and half day symposium on improving learning environments in the health professions.

Wednesday, March 13 @4:10 pm
Center for Reproductive Biology Seminar: Dr. Stephen White, USDA/WSU
Biotechnology Life Sciences

Sponsored by the Center for Reproductive Biology Washington State University and the University of Idaho

Works in Progress Seminar

Title: Reproduction in Small Ruminants: Opportunities for Genetics and Genome Annotation

Presented by: Dr. Stephen White USDA/Washington State University

Refreshments available

All faculty, fellows, and students are…

Saturday, March 16 @10 am
Pullman Winter Market
Social
Brelsford WSU Visitor Center

The Pullman Farmers Market presents the Pullman Winter Market for the 2018-2019 season. Featuring local producers and artisans offering handmade and homegrown goods.

Monday, March 18 @12 pm
WiSTEM Week: Everett Career Mobility Roundtable
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Everett

Roundtable: Career Progression and Mobility in the Tech Sector

Sponsored by the Association for Women in Communication, WSU Everett chapter

Speaker: Vidya Subramanian, Entrepreneur, DevOps Consultant and member of the Society of Women Engineers

Part of the cross campus Week of Women in STEM wistem.wsu.edu/week/

Tuesday, March 19 @12 pm
WiSTEM Week: Work and Wellness Discussion
Workshop / Seminar
Avery Hall

Part of The Week of Women in STEM (WiSTEM)  go to wistem.wsu.edu/week/for more information

Work & Wellness Discussion: Braving the Wilderness

Sponsored by Association of Faculty Women and the Graduate & Professional Student Association

All are welcome.

Tuesday, March 19 @2 pm
WiSTEM Week: Telehealth Discussion and Demo
Presentation
WSU Everett

Telehealth Discussion and Demo

Speaker: Sarah Orth, Telehealth Program Manager, Seattle Children’s Hospital

Part of the Week or Women ion STEM (WiSTEM). The week is designed to help Washington State University women in STEM gain the confidence they need to excel in their futures.

Tuesday, March 19 @2 pm
WiSTEM Week: EPIC (Electronic Health Record) Discussion and Demo
Presentation
WSU Everett

EPIC (Electronic Health Record) Discussion and Demo

Speaker: Cheryl Grohn, Director of Clinical Informatics, Providence Health Systems

Part of the Week or Women ion STEM (WiSTEM). The week is designed to help Washington State University women in STEM gain the confidence they need to excel in their futures.

Tuesday, March 19 @2 pm
Pinpoints: Using story maps to share a narrative
Holland Library

In this workshop, participants will learn to effectively use Esri Story Maps, a program that facilitates the combination of detailed maps with texts, images, and multimedia in the interest of telling precise and engaging stories.

Tuesday, March 19 @2 pm
Pinpoints: Using Story Maps to Share a Narrative
Holland Library

In this workshop, participants will learn to effectively use Esri Story Maps, a program that facilitates the combination of detailed maps with text, images, and multimedia in the interest of telling precise and engaging stores.

Tuesday, March 19 @4:30 pm
WiSTEM & Soonish: Smart Tech in Healthcare Panel Discussion
Workshop / Seminar
Goertzen Hall

Panelists Maureen Schmitter Edgecomb (Department of Psychology), Diane Cook (School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), Shelley Fritz (College of Nursing) discuss their interdisciplinary research healthcare applications of smart-home technology  for patients with dementia and chronic illness and how this research relates to the Common Reading book “Soonish”.

All are…

Wednesday, March 20 @12 pm
WiSTEM: Salary Negotiation Workshop
Careers / Jobs
Spark

Salary Negotiation Workshop part of the Week of Women in STEM (WiSTEM). Learn how to negotiate your salary.

Week of WiSTEM: The week is designed to help Washington State University women in STEM gain the confidence they need to excel in their futures.

Wednesday, March 20 @12:10 pm
ProPEL Workshops: Salary Negotiation
Careers / Jobs

Are you nervous about negotiating a salary? Though most companies are willing to negotiate, most people never try. Learn techniques and practice negotiating to give you confidence and poise.

Wednesday, March 20 @5 pm
WiSTEM Week: #MeTooSTEM Panel Discussion and Resource Fair
Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building (Spokane)

Join WSU Spokane for a #MeTooSTEM Panel Discussion and a sexual assault resource fair.

Part of the week of Women in STEM (Week of WiStem). The week is designed to help Washington State University women in STEM gain the confidence they need to excel in their futures.

Wednesday, March 20 @7 pm
Mental Health & Depression Disparities in Black Youth
Lecture
Compton Union Building

This presentation will illuminate the underlying historical and globally applicable psychological barriers to depression treatment engagement and research participation cited by Black youth, families and communities.

Wednesday, March 20 @8 pm
Guest Recital: Danny Chapa, tuba
Kimbrough Music Building

The WSU Low Brass Collective is proud to host Dr. Danny Chapa from Stephen F. Austin State University for a guest artist recital. Dr. Chapa’s program includes Baroque and Romantic period transcriptions as well as music from the standard repertoire by Wiggins, Ito, and Sparke.

Thursday, March 21 @11 am
MME Seminar
Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Creep in Bending for Rapidly Evaluating Steady State Response of Materials
Presented by
Dr. Praveen Kumar, Indian Institute of Science

Thursday, March 21 @3 pm
Service and Activity Fee Town Hall
Presentation
Chinook

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to join WSU leaders for a discussion of how student fees support Pullman activities, programs, and services as well as the long and short-term financial impacts of these fees.

Thursday, March 21 @4 pm
WiSTEM Week: Boeing Executive Speaker Susan Paish
Lecture
Spark

Susan “Sue” Paish is the Chief Engineer for Boeing Global Services. Named to this role in 2017, she leads the Engineer and Technologist function and is responsible for the technical excellence of the Engineer and Technologist workforce as well as the technical integrity and safety of Boeing Global Services’ products and services.

Thursday, March 21 @8 pm
Student Recital: Jake Kargl, composition
Performance
Bryan Hall

Jake Kargl, composers invites you to “Come out to catch a glimpse of the music I hear in my head.” Works that will be performed include marimba solos, electronic music, chamber music, orchestral music, and film music.

Friday, March 22 All day
3rd annual WSU Plant Science Symposium
Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Are you interested in learning about new agricultural technologies and how they will impact food production? Looking for a way to network with other plant scientists? Want to hone your communication and presentation skills?

Friday, March 22 @1 pm
Culture of Respect (Large group meeting)
Lighty Student Services Building

Culture of Respect builds the capacity of educational institutions to end sexual violence through ongoing, expansive organizational change.

Friday, March 22 @3:10 pm
Jazz Band II
Performance
Kimbrough Music Building

WSU Jazz Band II under the direction of Branson Bell, will present WSU Jazz Showcase. The band will perform a broad selection of big band tunes composed by Bob Mintzer, Neal Hefti, and more.

Friday, March 22 @4:10 pm
Student Recital: Breanna Daley, flute
Performance
Bryan Hall

Flutist Breanna Daley and pianist Garrett Snedeker will be performing works by J.S. Bach, Poulenc, and Piazzolla.

Friday, March 22 @8 pm
Faculty Artist Series: Fatt Jazz
Performance
Kimbrough Music Building

Washington State University School of Music proudly presents Fatt Jazz featuring jazz fusion guitarist Brad Ard, and jazz fusion electric bassist Dave Snider from the WSU jazz faculty with special guest jazz drummer Dan Smith. Brad Ard and Dave Snider have created special arrangements and compositions for this concert.

Saturday, March 23 @10 am
Kids’ Science and Engineering Day
Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

The Society of Women Engineers is excited to host the 10th annual Kids’ Science and Engineering Day!

Saturday, March 23 @2 pm
Guest Recital: John Luther Adam’s Songbirdsongs: Music for Flute and Percussion
Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Pulitzer Prize winning composer, John Luther Adams has been lauded for “melding the physical and musical worlds into a unique artistic vision that transcends stylistic boundaries.” His rarely performed work, Songbirdsongs for piccolos, percussion, and other instruments, explores the beauty of nature’s music through “translation” and “evocation” of birdsong. Along…

Monday, March 25 @12 pm
Liberalism and the invention of national security
Bryan Hall

Most Americans think of national security a system of self-defense and military alliances. Join us as Andrew Preston explains where our ideas about national security come from and how they are connected to liberal politics and the origins of the welfare state.

Monday, March 25 @3:30 pm
SURCA (undergraduate researchers poster event)
Compton Union Building

What research, scholarship, and creative activities are WSU undergraduates doing with mentors? Visit 250+ students at their SURCA 2019 posters and learn first-hand about the new knowledge they are adding to their fields.

Monday, March 25 @5 pm
SURCA (awards event for undergraduate researchers)
Compton Union Building

Top presenters in eight SURCA 2019 categories will receive awards at this event, following an afternoon discussing their mentored research, scholarship, or creative activities with judges and guests.

Monday, March 25 @6 pm
Guest Recital: Ena Wang, Guzheng
Kimbrough Music Building

 Ena Wang is an internationally renowned Guzheng performer and has been invited to WSU to give a demonstration of the instrument along with a performance of it the same night.

Tuesday, March 26 @12 pm
Populism, nationalism, and race
Bryan Hall

Is the rise of populism connected to issues of race and culture? Are populist leaders in the U.S. more correctly identified as nationalists?

Tuesday, March 26 @3:10 pm
State of the University address
Presentation
Bryan Hall

President Schulz will highlight the University’s top 2018 accomplishments and discuss current priorities with WSU Vancouver and Carson College faculty member Donna Paul during this Showcase 2019 event. Join the live event in Bryan Theatre or watch the livestream. 

Student musicians from the School of Music will perform prior to…

Wednesday, March 27 @1 pm
Three Minute Thesis
Spark

Three Minute Thesis pits WSU doctoral students from eight colleges and one representative from WSU Vancouver in a competition to present their thesis and its significance in a compelling three-minute presentation.

Wednesday, March 27 @1:40 pm
Donuts with the Dean
Social
Carpenter Hall

Join your Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Dean Mary Rezac for donuts and conversation.

Wednesday, March 27 @3:45 pm
Distinguished Faculty Address
Lecture
Compton Union Building

This address honors a faculty member who has risen to the front ranks of his or her discipline. Everyone welcome. Reservations recommended. Reception to follow.

Find out more.

Wednesday, March 27 @7 pm
Jazz Forum
Performance
Kimbrough Music Building

The Jazz Forum provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and guest artists to perform for the public in an informal setting.

Thursday, March 28 @9 am
Academic Showcase
Presentation
Compton Union Building

Poster session for faculty, staff, and graduate/professional students from all disciplines, campuses, and Extension offices statewide. Campus community invited.

Find out more.

Thursday, March 28 @10:30 am
MME Graduate Seminar Series
Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Multi-material structures have a wide range of applications and offer unique solutions to many engineering problems. Among multi-material structures, bimetallics comprise of two different metals joined together primarily to benefit from the distinctly different properties such as thermo-physical, mechanical, and corrosion/oxidation resistance, including magnetic characteristics.

Thursday, March 28 @3:30 pm
VCEA TOWN HALL with Dean Mary Rezac
Presentation
Engineering Teaching Research Laboratory

Video Conference Locations:

WSU Bremerton – Office WSU Everett – Seminar Room 461 WSU Tri-Cities – Floyd 247 WSU Vancouver – VSCI 140

The dial up number for all sites to dial for this event is 775282.

If attending by phone call (509) 358-7935 or 8-7935, and…